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FOX News
Feb 10, 2013 12:00pm PST
organizations china coverage. we're back with matt and brett joins the panel. how extensive is this china hacking of the united states companies? >> last year we had a visit of a u.s. lawmaker and there are two kinds of companies. there are companies that have been hacked by the chinese and those that don't know they have been hacked. so it's absolutely ubiquitous and google being hacked. "wall street journal" broke the story about british aerospace. >> paul: is this a nuisance or genuinely a threat to national security or the u.s. economy? >> it's a real threat to the economy because it allows the chinese to steal terrabytes of intellectual property and all of a sudden the china puts out fighters that look like our fighters or bullet trains that look like german or japanese trains. so it allows them not to put the huge investment in research and development. >> paul: why do they do this? there is a tell secrets to actually innovation and do it yourself? why else do they do it? >> to me, what is new here is the media companies. the chinese has been so focused on commercial espionage and c
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 11:00am PST
't all about that, but it's about the future. he did a lot of outreach to china's catholics and traveled a lot for a pope of his age and started to tackle some of the more difficult scandals of the church such as the child abuse cases. >> paul: what should the church to be looking for when you look at the cardinals and the the next pope, mary? >> i hope they look for a pope that can reinvague rate the church where it's ailing, namely europe and the united states and if you look at the top ten catholic countries in the the world. brazil, the philippines, poland and eastern europe and kongo, whereas the united states our catholic population is about a quarter of the united states would be in decline if it weren't for immigrants. >> paul: in europe, the churches are essentially museums. they're empty except for the american tourists. so what-- do they need a pope, does the catholic church need a pope what might be done for catholicism in the west where it's declining or maybe get a pope who can address where it's active and growing, and play to that strength? >> i think the cardinals have a
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